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  • Title: Three Comrades
  • Author: Erich Maria Remarque Arthur Wesley Wheen
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  • Page: 365
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THREE COMRADESThe year is 1928 On the outskirts of a large German city, three young men are earning a thin and precarious living Fully armed young storm troopers swagger in the streets Restlessness, poverty, and violence are everywhere For these three, friendship is the only refuge from the chaos around them Then the youngest of them falls in love, and brings into theTHREE COMRADESThe year is 1928 On the outskirts of a large German city, three young men are earning a thin and precarious living Fully armed young storm troopers swagger in the streets Restlessness, poverty, and violence are everywhere For these three, friendship is the only refuge from the chaos around them Then the youngest of them falls in love, and brings into the group a young woman who will become a comrade as well, as they are all tested in ways they can never have imagined Written with the same overwhelming simplicity and directness that made All Quiet on the Western Front a classic, Three Comrades portrays the greatness of the human spirit, manifested through characters who must find the inner resources to live in a world they did not make, but must endure.
    Three Comrades THREE COMRADESThe year is On the outskirts of a large German city three young men are earning a thin and precarious living Fully armed young storm troopers swagger in the streets Restlessness p

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    1. Youth is an age of magic you re full of pep, zest, enthusiasm, hopes, friendship love.She began to speak, but soon I no longer heard what she was saying I heard only her voice, and as I sat there on the table in the dark hall, between the boar s head and the kitchen with the haricot beans, a door seemed to open and a wave of warmth and light came in, soothing and bright, full of dreams and desire and youth I propped my feet against the table, I rested my head in my hand, I looked at the boar s h [...]

    2. , , , , , No truth can cure the sorrow we feel from losing a loved one.No truth, sincerity, strength, no kindness can cure that sorrow.All we can do is see it through to the end and learn something from it,but what we learn will be no help in facing the next sorrow that comes to us without warning , , ,

    3. What a beautiful love story Described in the inter war with, in the background, crisis and rising unemployment Nazism announced back cover watermark appears only towards the end of the book.It is well written, it s fun and it holds up the whole time, and that s saying something since the three friends, comrades, are crazy about cars and keep a garage.A great discovery.

    4. With blinded eyes I stared at the sky, this grey, endless sky of a crazy god, who made life and death for his amusement.I think my grandmother would ve liked Three Comrades She may have read it She passed in 2003 and I often miss her The ranks of my rogues gallery of family contained only one reader and Stella Short was that and certainly something else I d like to think she died with a book in her lap Three Comrades is a melodrama about survivors of the Great War discovering the extent of their [...]

    5. Es ist besser, zu sterben, wenn man noch leben m chte, als zu sterben und man m chte auch sterben it s better to die while you still want to live, than to die and want to die The novel is called Three Comrades but there were actually 4 of them Robert Lohkamp, Otto K ster, Gottfried Lenz and Patrice Hollmann whom they meet in the very beginning of the novel and who became an essential part of it And there were also other people who weren t formally comrades but they could be called so because all [...]

    6. Read this book twice and would read it over and over again Definitely a staple in my library I have the Russian edition, I am not sure how the english one reads but it is an absolutely amazing read that touches on so many topics so many of us can relate to the lost generation, the destruction brought about by the war and the dispersed populace living or scrambling to make a living in many countries that shamed german diaspora that s not really german in a sense that they did not support nasizm, [...]

    7. This novel is the 2nd Greatest book I ve read, 2nd only to another Remarque classic, All Quiet On the Western Front I like to think of myself as the full blooded manliest man there is its true , but I don t feel even an ounce of shame to admit that this is the very first time I cried while reading a book, and every time i re read it I almost memorized the whole novel after reading countless times , it never fails to bring a drop of tear on my eye This is the BEST DAMN Romantic Story Friend circl [...]

    8. I ve just read The three comrades and I would like to give a short review of this interesting book Although, the events described in the novel are sometimes sorrowful and mournful, the book is easy to read The author depicted the life of the people after the First World War, the action took place in Germany I ve read many books about war and I ve already learnt that the time when the war has finished is also very hard and depressing for most people If a person can t adjust to the new conditions [...]

    9. A wonderful finish to Erich Maria Remarque s trilogy of All Quiet on the Western Front All three books deal with a different group of soldiers but the mention of some names present in the other books but not related to this story The first two books are closely dealing with the war and aftermath but There Comrades has a storyline less war related but in line of the poverty all around Germany and these men making due I had seen the 1938 movie years ago but not until I started to read this story [...]

    10. Cu n n y p v bu n C nh ng chi ti t khi n m nh l ng ng i i, nh khi Koster ch y nh bay tr n chi c xe Karl trong m t i ch mang cho b ng c ng b c s n kh m cho v c a b n hay nh khi anh quy t nh tr th cho c i ch t v t nh c a b n m nh c i con ng i l ng m n cu i c ng y v c vi c b n i chi c xe y u d u Cu n s ch tr n y t nh y u th ng, t nh ng i, t nh y u d u y khi n m nh c mi t m i, c say s a m kh ng mu n d ng l i.

    11. This book was recommended to me by one of my best guy friends, as his favourite book It was my first novel from remarque, but since I have read amny, and this still remains my favourite I don t understand why Arch of Triumph is the praised or famous, when Three Comrades is so pure, maybe that isn t the word, the truths and facts of life he tells us about are gripping in his simple presentation.I love war novels, and this one is one of the best ones I have read, what I particularly love about is [...]

    12. Ki t t c Remarque vi t v m t n c c m m sau chi n tranh, nh ng y n ng m v chan ch a y u th ng gi a con ng i v i con ng i y l Ba ng i b n, Lenz, Otto, Robby V t nh y u v i c a Robby nh n v t t i v Pat Tr n ng p c c trang vi t l nh ng o n i tho i l m say l ng ng i, nh ng tri t l nh n sinh quan h t s c phong ph Trong c i th i bu i t i t m v kh ng ho ng ni m tin y, v n c nh ng t nh b ng h u s ng ch t c nhau, v n c nh ng t nh y u p nh tuy t tr ng Ng i vi t hay nh, ng i d ch tuy t v i au n v ch n th c [...]

    13. There definitely are people who are fans of Remarque, but suppose that even they can admit the similarity of all his works Just after getting presented to all characters it was quite clear what kind of the end the book will have It is clearly Remarque s style, books you will find very interesting when you are a little bit depressed and maybe desperate yourself As for me for some time Remarque is closed theme for me, maybe after a while at least some years I will return to him to look on his writ [...]

    14. Tiesiog gera literat ra Apie draugyst , meil , i tikimyb , pagarb Ir ypa apie tai, kad net juod iausioje tu tumoje ir ni rumoje gali atrasti vies ir vilt.

    15. Sorry if this seems a bad review, but this is my first and it s been awhile since I have read this, but what a great book which I look forward to reading again and again.I never thought that a drama would capture me in a book, but Remarque s word smithing accomplished for a post war generation what Tolkien did for fantasy beautifully long winded , poetic sweeps of literature peppered with humor and a sense of self and vitality and belonging.Expect Remarque s common technique in seeing characters [...]

    16. Great books of great length always seem to fulfill their destiny at the end There is a journey to be had and a certain number of pages is required to complete the adventure Sometimes that number is small and sometimes that number seems to be insurmountable, but at the end, if the book is great, that number seems perfect.Thee Comrades simply attempts to be too many things It attempts to define a type of friendship that is forged out of horrific experiences, it attempts to describe the struggle fo [...]

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